Why Bosses Should Ask Employees to Do Less—Not More

Hewlett-Packard co-founder David Packard warned in 1995 about the danger of company leaders who add too much to their workplaces and subtract too little. A study finds that worker/robot interactions are very different from consumer interactions. “More businesses die from indigestion than starvation,” said Packard in 1995, according to a report by Hewlett’s former CEO, in a bid to keep the company on the path of success. The company’�s goal is to create a better way to communicate with workers and robots, says Packard.

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